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Engineered timber flooring is a real timber veneer fixed to a pine subbase, either ply or ladder form construction.
Engineered flooring has a real timber veneer up to 6mm on a pine base, this allows to get greater board width up to 240mm wide and can be laid as a floating floor or direct stuck over your existing sub floor.
Real timber flooring is solid hardwood through the whole thickness up to 19mm. Generally in an 85 or 130 wide board. Must be nailed and glued to the sub floor and can easily be sanded and finished throughout the life of the board.
We recommend keeping on top of maintenance of your floors including giving your floors a quick sweep every day and a proper vacuum once a week.
Other preventative measures include:
- Putting felt under furniture on chairs etc
- Use mats at entry points including front and back doors
- Shoes off where possible
The top part of engineered flooring is the timber veneer (real wood), middle and bottom layers are made from plywood or cross-laid planks, while the top layer comprises of a solid real sawn wood which is often prefinished and stained in factory settings.
It all depends on the thickness of the wear layer Engineered wood flooring that is 4mm and over is good for sanding and refinishing.